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Civil War Axe Head. There was an absence of double-bit axes in the collection of excavated artifacts and none have been seen in original photographs of Civil War troops. 1930s Archaeology badge barber battlefields buttons cavalry civil war clippings clothing copper coupons digging equipment etrac full dig GPS indian head jewelry kentucky laws lessons lexington mercury metal detecting finds metal detecting for coins metal.

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I found an old carpenters hatchet head buried in the dirt the other day and a google image search found this very cool link with images of many axes and hatchets excavated from an 1863 Army of the Potomac winter encampment in Stafford County Virginia. Dec 26 2016 - I recently got this axe which I didnt think had any logo on it but when I started to clean it up I was able to make it out but cant read the. There was an absence of double-bit axes in the collection of excavated artifacts and none have been seen in original photographs of Civil War troops.

It was recovered at the Spotsylvania Virginia Battlefield which was heavily wooded.

It was from these same 1862-63 winter camps across the Rappahannock River from Fredericksburg that these men marched to the ferocious. It was recovered at the Spotsylvania Virginia Battlefield which was heavily wooded. I believe it was used as a wedge and smushed down making for a. I restore an old axe head that i bought at a flea market some time ago.